Automatic timers can optimize plant growth and save time and water by applying water in the right amount and duration when programmed properly. Options include manual or automatic control, multi-station and battery powered units.
Sprinkler pumps allow you to water your landscape using water from natural sources such as rivers, lakes and ponds.
Water Pressure Gauge
Use a water pressure gauge to determine water pressure prior to irrigation installation.
Plugs holes in drip irrigation lines when landscaping is rearranged or tubes are relocated. Also commonly referred to as "goof plug".
Irrigation systems with this feature monitor the amount of moisture in the soil. They automatically shut off the system or prevent it from running when the soil has received adequate amounts of precipitation, helping to both conserve water and prevent flooding and runoff.
Measures the amount of rainfall and shuts off the system when a specified level of rainfall has been reached.
Add nutrients while watering by adding fertilizer to your drip irrigation line.
Most drip irrigation systems use filters to keep the lines clear of particles and debris.
Reduces incoming water pressure to the recommended operating pressure for drip irrigation systems. Pressure regulators help prevent leaks and failed connections. They are only required if your water pressure is over 40 pounds per square inch.
Tubing adapters allow you to connect a ½ inch drip tubing to your water source for both hose/faucet and irrigation pipe systems. To prevent leaks and/or fitting/tubing separation, ensure that your fitting and tubing are the same size.